Dr Alex Timperley FY2. Objectives. Aetiology. Signs & symptoms. Investigations. Management. Complications. Example cases. Background. Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia. Non-specific group of symptoms related to the upper GI tract.
By Dr Claire Donohue (GP SpR). Objectives – by the end of the session you should be able to…. Describe . the types of patients who develop GORD and . identify their risk factors. Propose an appropriate investigation for each patient presentation.
Reports. Roundtable. Kathy Davis, Manager, Pathology Informatics. Marianne Mara, Programmer Analyst. Chris Gaunt, Business Analyst. John Blau, Pathology Informatics Fellow. Meeting the needs of Laboratory Managers and Directors.
Nik Sanyal. Overview. How common is it + what are the risk factors?. What are the symptoms and signs?. Investigations. Management. Possible exam questions. Cases. Epidemiology. Dyspepsia. occurs in 40% of the population annually and leads to a primary care consultation in 5% and endoscopy in 1.
Professor . Antonino. . Morabito. Dr Lisa Kauffmann. Feb 2015. Why is it a problem?. GORD is a motility disorder. . The Lower Oesophageal Sphincter is the critical area.. 2 main mechanisms:. Mechanical .
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